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v19.9 [26 Nov 2019] Recover/Copy Command:- There is now an option to convert files of certain supported types to PDF format, to share those files with computer users that otherwise would not have suitable applications to view the files or if you generally prefer a fixed, context-insensitive representation. You can define the file types that do not need to be converted, e.g. those that can easily be displayed by a web browser or ordinary Windows tools. If no conversion is possible, the original file is copied unconverted.- Ability to extract pure text from files of various types and output it as plain text files. That is the same representation that you get when switching from ordinary Preview mode to raw Preview mode with the Shift key held, and the same text that a logical search would get to see of a file when you have X-Ways Forensics "decode" the text in a file. Files that are not suitable for text extraction (e.g. pictures) or from which no text can be extracted for whatever other reasons are copied normally if the corresponding checkbox is only half checked, or are omitted if fully checked.- There is now an option to output all selected files as a single PDF document. This includes even file types that would usually not be converted to PDF individually. For example it may not make sense to recode original PDF files as PDF files again individually, but if the purpose is to bundle multiple files in a single document for easier sharing it has merit.- You now have the option to output the alternate name of a file, or both the main name and the alternate name in the copylog.txt or copylog.html file depending on what you prefer to see.- That same option also exists for the Export List command.Case Report:- Files that are copied for and linked from the case report can now be converted to PDF format if needed, similar to the aforementioned option of the Recover/Copy command.- You can now choose to convert the entire HTML case report to PDF format. This cannot be used in conjunction with the option to split the report file after a certain number of files. If the box with the PDF option is fully checked, that means that you will receive only a PDF version of the report. If half checked, that means that you you will receive both an HTML and a PDF version of the report.Please note that if you later delete one of the two files (.html and .pdf) in the Windows Explorer/File Explorer, this will automatically and involuntarily also delete the corresponding subdirectory that contains the copied files for the report, if there is such a directory, even if those files are still needed for the respective other version of the report.- The generation of report thumbnails for non-picture files with or without shrinking is now possible in current versions of Windows 10 (1809 and 1903).- The report generation no longer makes copies of files with a size of 0 bytes.Case Management:- Images of a case are now found automatically in the case directory even if they are not remembered to have been there previously (this condition existed in earlier versions). This works even if the path of a case changes. Please remember, the case directory is the directory of a case, with the same name as the .xfc file of the case, not to be confused with the default directory for cases, which may contain many cases (multiple .xfc files and multiple case directories).- A dedicated case-specific default path for images can now be defined and enabled in the properties of a case, which then overrides the generic default path for images. That means it will be preselected when creating new images and when adding images to the case. It will also be a place where X-Ways Forensics will automatically look for images that cannot be located any more in the path were they were last known to be. The case-specific path may be a relative path, where a . refers to the case directory and .. to the parent directory of the case directory. A suggested dedicated place where to put the images of a case is the subdirectory \!images of cases that are newly created in v19.9.Please note, however, that for performance reasons it can still be advisable to store cases and images on different physical storage devices. If you define a case-specific image path in v19.9 and open the case in v19.8 or earlier, you will get a warning about unknown data being ignored and lost, but can still work with that case in the older version and later enter the path again in v19.9 if necessary.- Project Vic categories for the USA are now predefined in the user-editable text file PVicCat.txt. Law enforcement users from UK and Canada can download their own definitions from the PhotoDNA download section on our web server and replace the default PVicCat.txt file in their installations. Users in other countries with differing categories can gladly share their category definitions with us for the benefit of other users.Search Functionality:- Indexing and index searches were revised.
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v18.5 [2 Sep 2015] Disk & Image Support Support for Virtual Box disk images (VDI) of the default subtype "sparse" and the subtypes "fixed size" and "diff" (snapshots). Snapshot images as usually can only be interpreted if the parent is available and open and interpreted itself. It is now possible to interpret images of various kinds (unsegmented raw images and most VHD/VMDK/VDI) and nature (disk/volume) even if they are stored within other images (forensic disk images created by yourself), without copying them off the outer image first. That can save a considerable amount of time, especially if after interpreting the contained image you can quickly see that it is not really relevant, and of course also drive space. First right-click the image in the directory browser and open it with the context menu's Open command in a separate data window. After that, use the command Specialist Interpret Image File As Disk in the main menu to interpret the image. And then, once the volume snapshot has been taken, if you think that the image is relevant, you can add it to the active case as usually with the "Add to active case" command in context menu of the data window's tab or with the Add command in the Case Data window's File menu. When adding new evidence objects to the case, X-Ways Forensics now includes technical information about more than one Windows installation per partition in the evidence object properties if traces of more than one are found. That can happen for example if a Windows.old backup directory exists because of a Windows upgrade. If partitions overlap, for example because one previously existing partition was partially overwritten by another partition, then a note is now displayed in the Messages window (only if you have the program number partitions by disk location). This note should make unsuspecting users aware of the possible consequences, for example make them realize that potential errors when parsing the file system in the overwritten partition might be normal and not a reason to ask for assistance. Support for HFS /HFSJ/HFSX when searching for lost partitions. An extra effort is made to reject false positives automatically. Supports sector sizes 512, 4096, and 8192 bytes. Some improvements for parsing exFAT volumes. Support for Ext4 journals with 64-bit block numbers.Usability The Export List command now remembers its own notation settings, separate from the notation settings in the General Options. That is useful because the database or spreadsheet program of your choice in which you wish to import the data may not like the formatting that you prefer to see in the directory browser (e.g. fractions of seconds in timestamps, time zone bias, weekdays in dates, delimiter between date and time, integer digit grouping, ...). While the Export List dialog window is on the screen, the directory browser in the background reflects the notation settings of the Export List command, as a kind of preview. For your 9 most important report tables, keyboard shortcuts are now defined also to remove associations from the selected files. Ctrl n adds the selected files to the related report table, Alt n removes the associations. Useful if you accidentally press the wrong key combination or if you change your mind about the classification of a file, and wish to preserve associations with several other report tables (otherwise you could of course simply press Ctrl 0). Menu command to close the active case without saving it. Usually the case and volume snapshots of all open evidence objects are always saved, at latest when the evidence objects and the case are closed. This may be undesirable for example if you accidentally lost your carefully set tag marks (by untagging all, with a misdirected click in the column header) or if you accidentally lost report table associations (by pressing Ctrl 0 for all selected files). In such a situation it is just important to invoke the new menu command as soon as possible, before the auto-save interval elapses next time. Afterwards you can open the case again, and find everything as it was last time when the case was saved, which means that on average you will only lose half the amount of work that you get done within the auto-save interval, not everything.
v18.3 [14 May 2015] What's new in v18.3?(please note that most changes affect X-Ways Forensics only)Usability Conditional cell background coloring is now available as an option in Options Directory Browser. Helps to draw your attention to items of interest without having to filter out all non-matching items. Matching items are found through a substring search in the cell contents of a selected column. Substring expressions may be up to 15 characters long. If a match is detected in a cell, either only the background of that particular cell can be colored (called "cell-targeted coloring") or the entire line. To color an entire column, regardless of the cell contents, activate cell-targeted coloring for that column and specify an empty condition string, i.e. no condition at all. If a cell meets multiple cell-targeted conditions or multiple line-targeted conditions, only the first condition of each group will be applied. If different conditions apply to the same cell (one cell-targeted and one line-target color), that cell will be shown in a mix of both colors. For line-targeted coloring, only the first 255 characters in the respective cell are guaranteed to be searched. Conditions cannot be defined for search hit specific columns, but for event specific columns. That can prove useful when trying to identify patterns in events. For example, you could color all events of type "Program started" in red and log-in events in yellow and see more easily how far apart from each other they are. Conditional cell background coloring is case-specific if "Store directory browser settings in cases" is selected. The definitions are stored in a separate .cfg file named "Conditional Coloring.cfg". They are also included in .settings files. .settings files continue to be compatible with previous versions. Up to 255 conditions may be defined. Some conditional color definitions for event lists that follow the SANS color scheme for activities are available for download to users of X-Ways Forensics and X-Ways Investigator (query your license status for the latest download instructions). Automatic progress notifications via e-mail revised. If this feature didn't work for you in previous versions, in particular in the 64-bit edition, you may want to try again. You can now freely specify the SMTP port (by default 25, with 587 also being common) and conduct a test right from the dialog window with the settings (Options General Progress notification...). Remember to check your spam folder when looking for incoming automatically generated e-mail messages. Larger thumbnail sizes supported in the gallery. Could be useful for users who prefer really large thumbnails and have a very high resolution display. Ability to more easily print at least the cover page for file types which the viewer component does not support, for which it shows the message "The display engine for this format is not installed", e.g. Corel Draw or Wave files. Ability to enable or disable the representation of a loaded viewer X-Tension in situations where it was not supported before. Combined tag status now initially displayed in Name column header even in search hit lists and event lists. Ability to totally remove excluded items from the volume snapshots of all the evidence objects that are included in an existing recursive exploration in the case root window, in a single step. Previously, that had to be done separately for each evidence object. Automatically selecting the next item in the list after associating the current item with a report table is now optional. A 3-state checkbox allows you to do that either never or only for associations created with keyboard shortcuts or for all association methods. No longer lists previously existing printers in print dialogs. Chinese translation of the user interface updated.